Samsung Galaxy S23 Selfie Camera Expected to Feature Higher 12MP Sensors

A much needed upgrade.

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The Samsung Galaxy S23 series is expected to launch in the next year. The Korean giant is expected to launch the Galaxy 23 Ultra, Galaxy S23+, and the Galaxy S23 in early 2023 as the successor to the Galaxy S22 series. The S series devices from Samsung have been offering one of the best cameras, especially in terms of rear optics. However, the selfie cameras on the S series devices have remained 10MP starting from the Galaxy S10 (barring the Ultra models). Now, that’s about to change.

According to a report from Galaxyclub, Samsung is gearing up to bring a significant upgrade to the front camera of the Galaxy S23. The Galaxy S22+ and the S22 currently offer 10MP selfie units, while the S22 Ultra offers a 40MP camera for selfies.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Might Get a Better Selfie Camera

As per the report, the early information around the Galaxy S23 hints Samsung might be finally moving from a 10MP selfie camera and moving to a better and higher-res camera. The Galaxy S23 and the Galaxy S23+ devices are expected to feature a 12MP camera on the front. If this turns out to be true, this will be the first upgrade to the front options since 2019.

For the time being, it is unclear if the selfie camera will be placed inside a punch-hole cutout or it will be hidden inside the display, as we have seen on the Galaxy Fold 3. The device might or might not come with support for OIS 一 it is uncertain for now. Also, as of now, it is unclear if the Galaxy S23 Ultra will get an upgrade from the 40MP sensor on the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

The Samsung Galaxy S23 series is at least seven to eight months away from now, which means we should hear more about the phone’s new upgrade and specifications in the coming days.

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Srivatsa
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